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South Boston Waterfront Innovation District & Seaport Continue to Grow

Boston Waterfront Seaport District Boston's Innovation District Construction

High-tech firms find fertile turf in South Boston Low rents, amenities boost Innovation District By Michael B. Farrell It’s not Kendall Square. Not yet. But two years after Mayor Thomas M. Menino branded a swath of the South Boston Waterfront as the Innovation District - a bid to lure big Web companies and start-ups alike - a healthy crop of technology companies is moving in. Office rents are low, at least for Boston, and the neighborhood is catching on; any company looking … [Read more...]

Seaport Square Project adds New Boston Innovation Center

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Boston is getting an 'Innovation Center' to serve as a hub for the Innovation District By Scott Kirsner, Globe Columnist Article Courtesy of:  Boston.com Boston's Innovation District will get a new building next year — the Boston Innovation Center — that could become the neighborhood's hub. It'll be built on land across Northern Avenue from the Institute of Contemporary Art, and not far from the MassChallenge's digs at One Marina Park Drive, the mostly-empty high-rise on Fan … [Read more...]

Boston Innovation News – Too much of a GOOD THING?

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The tech cluster glut By Paul McMorrow SOMEBODY IN Boston is about to get burned by the promise of high-tech development. Boston has four major medical and biotech clusters in various stages of assemblage. They’re all competing with Cambridge. Increasingly, it’s looking like Crosstown, the mayor’s last attempt at research-driven neighborhood-building, will be the odd cluster out, a victim of the city’s successes along the South Boston waterfront. Research clusters exist … [Read more...]

Boston’s Waterfront New Identity

In the land of improbable places Putting faith in the power of words, government and business leaders rename neighborhoods to attract new companies. But often serendipity is the key to branding. By Scott Kirsner, Globe Correspondent People walked around near the Institute of Contemporary Art in the Fort Point area in the fall. In an effort to brand the area and attract more businesses, Boston officials have labeled it the Innovation District. People walked around near the Institute of … [Read more...]

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